Having been exposed as a bunch of liars, willing to go to any lengths to have their ridiculous demand of a complete rollback of new farm laws, the protesting farmers camping on the borders of Delhi are inviting hell upon themselves by accusing the government and various agencies of trying to subvert their agitations. This silly argument of the agitators is nothing more than a flimsy premise for normalising and justifying any violent acts planned by them in the upcoming days, especially on January 26 during the ‘tractor parade’.
The protestors have already annoyed the government and are irritating common citizens too with their blockade of jugular roads leading to the national capital. However, with the staged act of nabbing a supposed ‘assassin’ deployed by the security agencies to effectuate chaos during the Republic Day tractor parade, the protestors have got the undivided attention of the forces that they tried to falsely implicate. Now, the security agencies and the Modi government are well aware that the possibility of violence breaking out on Republic Day is real – which is why the use of force by law enforcement agencies to evict the clowns camping on the borders of Delhi seems to be imminent.
Already, the 21-year-old ‘assassin’ held by the protesting farmers on the premise of him indulging in acts of eve-teasing has accepted that he was forced to read the script provided to him, or else he would be killed. To save his life, Yogesh alleged that he played along with the farmers’ union leaders. This has led to the police and other relevant agencies into believing that the anarchists masquerading as farmers aim at nothing short of effecting chaos on Republic Day.
Of course, to deal with such anarchists, the use of force by the government will be necessitated. Thus, if the farmers fail to behave themselves in the upcoming days, they should be ready to be faced with an overwhelming force coming down to cracking hard on them – which will truly and quite openly result in the agitation being reduced to dust. Having already lost all morality to continue with the protests, the onus is now on the ‘farmers’ to preserve whatever sanctity remains of their agitation. It is quite funny, meanwhile, how the farmers gave Delhi Police and the Centre an upper hand when it comes to dealing with the protests – on no less than a silver platter.